Judith Herb College of Education

Doctoral Programs

Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction

The Ph.D. degree in Curriculum and Instruction offer rigorous, but flexible programs, allowing the student to focus on particular areas of interest, such as English/language arts, reading, science, mathematics, social studies, educational media, elementary education, gifted and talented education, secondary education or special education.

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Ph.D. in Educational Psychology

The Educational Psychology concentration in the Department of Foundations of Education at The University of Toledo offers a Ph.D. degree in Educational Psychology.  Educational psychology is devoted to the study of the psychological dimensions of education, teaching, learning, and human development.

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Ph.D. in Educational Technology 

The Educational Technology Program at the University of Toledo was established to prepare Educational Technology professionals at the certificate, masters (M.Ed.) and doctoral (Ph.D.) levels and is designed to meet the needs of those desiring to become specialists in the field of educational technology. The Area of Educational Technology at The University of Toledo is an academic degree area with faculty members in the department of Curriculum and Instruction. 

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Ph.D. in Higher Education

The Higher Education Doctoral Program prepares students to become leaders who will shape the future of American public and private higher education. The program is designed to prepare students for successful professional careers in diverse higher education settings, including public and private colleges and universities, government agencies, and professional associations. 

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Ph.D. in Research and Measurement

The program is designed to prepare students for successful professional careers in diverse higher education settings, including public and private colleges and universities, government agencies, and professional associations.  

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Ph.D. in Theory and Social Foundations

The Educational Theory and Social Foundations area offers concentrations in the philosophy of education, history of education, educational sociology, and interdisciplinary foundations of education.  

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Ed.D. in Educational Administration and Supervision

The Doctorate in Educational Administration and Supervision at The University of Toledo provides leaders the necessary tools to engage and lead conversations and subsequent actions toward innovative and responsive models of education. These individuals are expected to understand and use research as a foundation of their thinking about schools and similar organizations. Graduate students will engage in various disciplinary perspectives—such as philosophy, psychology, and sociology—to enhance on the analysis of educational theories and practices.

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Last Updated: 7/5/16